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Released September 2013, identified with model number T100T. 2-in-1 portable with Quad core Intel® Atom™ processor and 2GB of RAM.

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How to reset BIOS?

In Asus T100 is there BIOS battery?

Or do I just remove battery for several minutes?

Or maybe anyone have Rescue Password for 2012/01/01?

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Did you found a rescue password for 2012/01/01??? Please, let me know.

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The ASUS rescue password for 2012/01/01 is ABLDABLA (make sure you use caps).

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please password' not working abldabla

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14/01/2016 Please

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2012/08/10 please

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Nvm, I guessed password.

It was "asdfmovie" xDDD

But thanks for trying.

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Try this rescue password: ABLDABLA

Let me know if it works :-)

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Haha LOVE ASDF Movie! Nice password ;-)

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This password don´t work for me. Please, I need a password for 2012/01/01 that works!

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please help i have the same problem when i start my Asus nx500j laptop it asks for bios password

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I need a password for 2016/02/16 or 2016/02/17. Help please!

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Why would anybody so dumb as to put a password on the BIOS?

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Hi Idav2k9,

Because it prevents other people from changing the configuration of your PC, if you happen to leave it unattended for a short time, like if you are in a library for instance.

There are some people who think that it is funny to do this.

Once bitten......

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Assuming you are locked out of the OS as well and can not simply use a third party tool or change your date to use a recovery password, then use this method. It is actually easier than hassling with all that IMO.

== Using a Backdoor Password ==

Here is a list of American Megatrends Inc. backdoors. A password in BIOS which always works irrespective of what password you have set in BIOS. Its a master password which is used for testing and troubleshooting purposes.

A.M.I.

AAAMMMIII

AMI?SW

AMI_SW

AMI

BIOS

CONDO

HEWITT RAND

LKWPETER

MI

Oder

PASSWORD

This will allow you to bypass the password.

For most systems you can get the list for your use by inputting the incorrect password 3 times. You should see a message that reads "System Disabled" followed by a number. Go to BIOS-PW.org and input that number to get the password list for all manufacturers that match that checksum you entered. These will always work as long as the password you put in matches the checksum the system gave you, because that will be the same checksum generated by your password.

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Also, don’t worry about the system disabled message because it’s just a scare tactic. All you have to do is turn off the computer and turn it back on and you’ll be able to enter the BIOS password again without any issue. This method works for almost any computer so instead of burying it here I am going to check to see if there is a guide write up for it, and if not create one for easier access.

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Go to Windows and set dat to 2002/1/2 (US date format)

reboot and when it promt for password hit alt+r for recovery password mode

type in pass ALAA4ABA

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I need a Bios rescue for Asus Tablet R+Alt = 2016/03/25.

Could you please give me the rescue password?

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It's for my Asus t100ta Transformer tablet (so, I can't get too the closing battery

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